This isn't everyone's image of the Nash-Healey, most of which are convertibles. The coupes arrived late in the model's run, at the Chicago Auto Show in March 1953. Stylistically, however, the Nash-Healey Coupe is the culmination of Pinin Farina's concept, a substantially different design that traded the convertible's top-down flair for the elegance and integrated design of a coupe designed by a master. This car is a wonderful example that has never had, nor needed, a restoration. A one-piece back window variant (1954 Nash-Healey coupes used less expensive three-piece back windows) it has been carefully preserved and is rarely and exceptionally well-preserved. It is finished in Dark Red with a Black roof, has an attractive Tan leather interior and is equipped with its correct style Nash wire wheel covers, wide whitewalls, the original AM radio, overdrive three speed transmission and SU carburetors. It needs nothing to be shown with pride as an example of a carefully preserved original car and has an enjoyable show career before it in its current largely original condition. Having gotten great value and enjoyment from it in its current condition the owner can then decide if a restoration is in order. This Nash-Healey Le Mans Coupe is a rare and significant early example of the collaboration between American manufacturers and Italian designers.
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